ThoughtWare's Jingle Disk was a stocking stuffer for the computer geek in 1986. It plays several pieces of music on the PC speaker as it animates several winter images. It can also print a simple greeting card to a dot matrix printer using these images. While there were similar shareware or freeware programs, this was a commercial program

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This uses only CGA graphics, and a 180k disk, so it should run on most early IBM PCs. It may crash with a divide by zero error on very fast computers.


Category: Software Application
Platform: DOS
Release: 1986
End of Life: Unknown
RAM: Unknown
Disk Space: Unknown
Required CPU: 8088
Type: Graphical



Name Version Size Language Architecture Contents
Jingle Disk 1986 for IBM  1986 84.85 KB English x86 5.25" Floppy